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Old 20th September 2013, 05:43 AM   #61
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smaller sized bandpass-horns are a better option in my opinion for low-mid range horns.
yep, BPH for low mid "kick" - when playing with sims, keep an eye on impulse response
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yep, BPH for low mid "kick" - when playing with sims, keep an eye on impulse response
Is there any 10" BPH?
May be this will fit?
It's a modification of Cowan 10TH which I very like.
Double version should work up to 300hz.
Or ... may be not.
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